Breathe Clearly and Boost Your Immune System to Combat Infection
- Clears nasal congestion
- Fast acting… feel the effects immediately
- Stimulates the immune system to fight off infection and promote overall health
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Sinus Clear by Natural Wellness® is a synergistic combination of botanical extracts that helps support healthy sinus and immune function. The herbs in this formula clear congestion, support clear, healthy breathing, and support a healthy immune system to combat infection.
How can you provide your body with the support it needs during the winter season? How can you breathe freely through your nose during allergy season? The answer is “clear”, keep a bottle of Sinus Clear on hand!
Fresh Horseradish root supports bronchial, lung and sinus functions. It is effective at promoting clear breathing and assisting the upper respiratory system. Horseradish clears sinuses, increases facial circulation, and promotes expulsion of mucus from upper respiratory passages.
Cayenne Fruit contains a substance called capsaicin which is a powerful stimulant. All chili peppers, including cayenne, contain capsaicin, which in addition to giving cayenne its characteristic heat (by stimulating the pain receptors in the mouth), is a potent inhibitor of substance P, a neuropeptide associated with inflammatory processes. The hotter the chili pepper, the more capsaicin it contains. Capsaicin not only reduces inflammation, but its peppery heat also stimulates secretions that help clear mucus from your stuffed up nose or congested lungs.
Echinacea has been clinically studied since the early 20th century. It stimulates the immune system as well as certain immune cells that are critical for maintaining overall health. Echinacea helps keep the respiratory system healthy when challenged, particularly during winter months. Echinacea has a long medical tradition with North American Plains Indians and homeopathic doctors in Europe. It has been used to treat general infections and wounds, the cold and flu, strep throat and allergies.
Spilanthes herb (commonly known as the Toothache Plant due to its numbing effect on the tooth and gums when chewed) is included in this formulation. The Spilanthes plant contains spilanthol which acts as an anesthetic/analgesic. It also has immune-enhancing components chemically similar to that of the Echinancea species.
Garlic is a powerful immune booster that stimulates the multiplication of infection-fighting white cells, boosts natural killer cell activity, and increases the efficiency of antibody production.
Olive leaf was first used medicinally in Ancient Egypt, although it has long cultural uses in the entire Mediterrannean region. Olive leaf has strong antiviral and antifungal properties and is beneficial in combating sinus infection.
Andrographis is traditionally valued as a powerful herbal remedy in China, supporting proper lung function. It is used to for it's ability to fight inflammatino in the body and bacterial infections. This herb is also known to combat sinus pressure, allergies and even the common cold.
Licorice is commonly used in cough syrups and cough drops. It soothes the chest and helps promote sinus function.
Peppermint contains a high content of menthol. Menthol is a well know decongestant.
Goldenseal is a native North American herb used by the American Indians as a treatment for irritations and inflammation of the mucous membranes of the respiratory, digestive, and urinary tracts. Because of its anti-microbial activity, goldenseal has a long history of use for use during the winter season and is often used in combination with Echinacea.
Fresh Osha root possesses anti-viral properties and is very effective as treatment for respiratory conditions such as sinus congestion, sore throat and inflammations in the bronchus.
Black Cherry Bark was used to clear the throats of singers and public speakers in olden time.. In modern times Black Cherry Bark is still considered a very effective herbal esophagus and sinus support ingredient. Wild cherry bark is classified as a "relaxing expectorant" because it thins mucus secretions and coats irritated respiratory tissue.
Elderberry is an antiviral and anti-inflammatory herb. Studies suggest that elderberry can help lessen swelling of mucous membranes, improve sinus drainage and decrease nasal congestion. Elderberry can also enhance immune function by boosting the production of cytokines. Cytokines play a very critical role in the immune system’s response to disease.
Horehound usage has been recorded in both ancient Egypt and Greece, while in western cultures horehound syrups and cough drops were used as early as the 1600s in England. Horehound herb has been valued as an expectorant and effectively supports the lungs. This value has been substantiated by centuries of traditional use. It is also commonly used to help alleviate sore throats.
Yarrow is a perennial herb, native to Europe and Asia and naturalized in North America and most other countries throughout the world. Yarrow is a very valuable herb, with traditional uses to promote sinus and related functions. Yarrow dries the sinuses and serves as an anti-inflammatory.
Boneset herb was the aspirin of days long past.. In the nineteenth century, boneset was the standard household remedy in North America for coughs and colds. Today the herb is still considered a valuable treatment for coughs, flu symptoms, bronchitis and upper respiratory congestion. It has also been used to reduce fever and ease the bodily aches and pains accompanying it.
Onion has been traditionally used by herbalists to support lung. Bronchial and esophagus function. It is well know, even in modern time, for its ability to relieve congestion.
Sinus or nasal congestion is the blockage of the nasal passages usually due to membranes lining the nose becoming swollen from inflamed blood vessels. Besides the annoyance of having a “stuffy nose,” sinus congestion can interfere with sleep, cause snoring and can be associated with sleep apnea. Sinus congestion can be caused by anything that irritates or inflames nasal tissues. These include:
- Viruses (such as the flu)
- Irritating pollutants
- Dry air
- Anatomy (such as a cleft palate)